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Damascus's international forum for human resources development
Al-Hussein, who was representing the prime minister, asserted the importance of achieving democracy, transparency, and equality of opportunities. He stressed the importance of this forum because it highlighted a very sensitive and important issue which is the human resources development since the most important kind of investment is the investment of the human resources.
Syria-Regional, Politics, 6/25/2003
Morocco's electricity sector liberalization for 2005
Morocco will maintain the liberalization of the electricity sector for 2005, director general of the National Office of Electricity (ONE), Ahmed Nakkouch said.
Morocco, Economics, 6/25/2003
More newspapers, magazines licensed in Syria
The Syrian prime minister Muhammad Mustafa Miro has issued several decisions to license the Democratic Arab federation party to issue a paper under the name: the Democratic Arab, issued in Damascus every 2 month.
Syria, Politics, 6/25/2003
Saudi Arabia stresses freezing donations, denies financing Hamas; rehabilitates 1000 preachers
Saudi Arabia announced yesterday it had stopped more than 1000 preachers of mosques until they undergo rehabilitation courses to promote moderate attitude and reject extremism represented by al-Qaida organization. A matter which seemed as a campaign of reform ( Islah ) in the very influencial religious institute in the Kingdom.
Saudi Arabia, Politics, 6/25/2003
Bahrain's crown prince, Shaloum discuss the situations of Bahraini Jews
The Israeli daily Yediot Ahronot yesterday issued a report on the meeting which brought together Bahrain's crown prince Sheikh Salman Bin Hamad Al Khalifa with the Israeli foreign minister Shalom Silvan during which he gave him assurances on the condition of the small Jewish community living in Bahrain.
Bahrain-Israel, Politics, 6/25/2003
CBE governor: surplus in balance of payments; banks to have quality loans and profit
Mahmoud Abul Oyoun, Governor the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) said that the economic performance figures reflect a wave of activity, adding that it is time for Egyptian banks to achieve more profitability and growth after the exchange rate wee deregulated.
Egypt, Economics, 6/25/2003
Private sector urged to invest in housing
Hjira announced that the State is gradually withdrawing from its traditional role in housing and will play the role of supervisor.
Morocco, Economics, 6/25/2003
Maher: Palestinian truce within days; Fischer for European role in Roadmap
The Egyptian foreign minister Ahmed Maher announced yesterday that he expects a truce agreement to be reached by the Palestinian groups within the few coming days, noting the Egyptian efforts in this regard.
Egypt-Palestine, Politics, 6/25/2003
King Mohammed vows increased interest to NEPAD initiative
The sovereign also spelled out Morocco's intent "to make the most of the forthcoming discussions, to develop a road map which will enable it to defend the interests of all members and to voice their common concerns in the international forums, mainly WTO, the UN, and even within the Group of 77 and China."
Regional-Morocco, Politics, 6/25/2003
Khartoum, the rebels extends ceasefire
The government's commission for development, IGAD, which mediates the Sudanese peace talks yesterday announced that the fighting sides in Sudan will extend the ceasefire after it expires by the end of June.
Sudan, Politics, 6/25/2003
14 British soldiers killed, injured in southern Britain
Six British soldiers were killed and other 8 wounded after they were exposed to a double attack near al-Amara city to the south of Iraq, in the first incident of the kind since the end of the war in this country.
Iraq-UK, Military, 6/25/2003
Yemen: Besieging 80 Islamists in the mountains; tribal mediation, over al-Harithi issue
The military attack launched by the Yemeni forces in the mountainous areas in Abyan province against a group of armed Islamists, with the participation of tanks and helicopters besides reinforcements from the private forces was expanded.
Yemen, Politics, 6/25/2003
Five Palestinian civilians were wounded including a child in critical condition
Israeli Occupation Forces, backed by helicopters, launched a wide campaign of arrests yesterday, detaining more than two hundred Palestinian citizens in the West Bank city of Hebron, the Palestinian government said.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 6/25/2003
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The first instance court of Tangiers on Monday fined 22 people 3,000 dirhams, nearly US$ 300, on charges of illegally forming a religious group. Other charges retained against the group included unauthorized meeting.
Egypt's Secretary General of the National Democratic Party (NDP) and Minister of Information Safwat AL Sherif said in a speech at the conclusion of the 24th Youth Fair President Hosni Mubarak always stresses that youth should be empowered to engage in free enterprise and not to look for government jobs.
Emerging from his meeting with president Mubarak, US Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs William Joseph Burns, said he was happy to return to Cairo to convey to President Mubarak the US President's appreciation of the partnership between Egypt and the United States, the role to be played by Egypt and cooperation regarding issues of common interest to the two countries.
Egypt's First Lady Suzanne Mubarak, Arab Council for Children Books (ACCB) chairperson met with the council's members to discuss the legal aspects of establishing the council in addition to finding suitable premises for the organisation.
Saudi Arabia's Minister of Communication and Information Technology Mohammed Jamil Bin Ahmed Mala discussed in Riyadh yesterday with Syria's Ambassador to Riyadh Ahmad Nezam Eddine means of enhancing bilateral relations, especially in Information Technology area between the two states.
Syria's Deputy Foreign Minister Issa Darwish invested today Qatari Ambassador Abdullah Ibrahim al-Humr with the Order of Merit of the Excellent Degree on the occasion of ending his tenure as an ambassador in Syria, and due to his efforts in strengthening relations between the two states.
The prominent Arab Poet Adonis gave a poetry evening yesterday at Al-Azem Palace in Damascus. The evening was organized by the European Commission Delegation in Syria in the framework of its cultural activities season in Syria.
Cement sales increased by 14% between January and April 2003, in comparison with the same period of last year, the department of housing and urbanism said in a release.
Morocco's Younes El Aynaoui Moved Tuesday to the second round of the grand slam grass tournament of Wimbledon in London.